Urgent Need For Trailers To Save Horses & Farm Animals From Fast-Moving #EasyFire In Ventura County, California


#Easyfire Update:

A new wildfire that started at 6:15am this morning in the Simi Valley area of Southern California has reportedly burned through more than 1,300 acres so far, threatening 6,500 homes.

The area is home to numerous horse ranches and farms.

Trailers are desperately needed to evacuate horses and other farm animals from the #EASYFIRE.

If you have a horse trailer, Text: (805) 469-0896 with the following info:

1) How many horses you can transport.
2) Picture of your license plate.
3) Picture of your Drivers license.
3) Where you’re coming from.

They DO NOT need trucks without trailers.

EMERGENCY VC-Animal Shelter LINE: (866) 387-8911

According to the National Weather Service, winds are expected to gust 40 to 50 mph in the area.

Mandatory Evacuation Orders:

Simi Valley / unincorporated Simi Valley / Moorpark / Thousand Oaks

  • North: Tierra Rejada

  • South: Olsen / Madera Street

  • East: Madera Street

  • West: Highway 23

Moorpark / Thousand Oaks

  • North: Read Road

  • South: Olsen Road

  • East: Highway 23

  • West: Moorpark Road

Santa Rosa / Thousand Oaks

  • North: Santa Rosa Road

  • East: Moorpark Road

  • West: Andalusia Drive

The Fire Department urged residents to check the county’s website to see exact locations.

Voluntary Evacuation Orders:

Moorpark / Thousand Oaks

  • North: Tierra Rejada Road

  • South: Santa Rosa Road

  • East: Moorpark Road

  • West: Vista Grande

Thousand Oaks

  • North: East Olsen Road

  • South: Sunset Hills Boulevard

  • East: Morning Ridge Avenue

  • West: Sunset Hills/East Olsen Road

Thousand Oaks Community Center located at 2525 N. Moorpark Road is serving as as evacuation center for residents.

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